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Combating Cybercrime With Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement

8/21/2019 2:00 PM EDT - 3:00 PM EDT
Webinar

Overview

Who Should Watch

Executives, managers, and professionals responsible for preventing and addressing cybercrime and fraud.

Highlights

Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility. To identify and address threats and risks, your company should establish strong public and private partnerships. Attend this webinar to hear a U.S. Secret Service agent, a police captain, and a state's attorney who work together discuss:

  • The current fraud landscape
  • Social engineering that fraudsters are using to manipulate people
  • How to mitigate potential account takeover

Presenters

Brian McCabe
Senior Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Brian McCabe

Senior Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service

Brian is a senior special agent with the U.S. Secret Service. Currently assigned to the New Haven Resident Office, he's responsible for their Electronic Crimes operations in all of Connecticut. He previously supervised the Washington Metro Area Electronic Crimes Task Force, where he coordinated Electronic Crimes criminal investigations, training, and quarterly meetings for the Secret Service and its more than 200 federal, local, and private corporate Task Force partners. Before joining the Secret Service in 1998, he spent over ten years in the financial sector in Charlotte, NC, and New York City in roles ranging from Compliance Officer to Foreign Exchange Broker.
Matthew Brodacki
Police Captain, Town of Weston, Connecticut

Matthew Brodacki

Police Captain, Town of Weston, Connecticut

Matt is a police captain and part of the Technical Investigation Unit of Southwest CT, a regional team handling crimes for nine municipalities in Fairfield County. He is a POST certified law enforcement instructor in technology, and completed a Masters program in digital forensics at the University of New Haven. Deputized by the U.S. Secret Service, Matt has completed the Network Intrusion Technique and Response program (NITRO), Dark Web, and Python programming courses at the National Computer Forensic Institute in Hoover, Alabama. Focused on turning reactive measures to proactive, he strives to help people protect vital resources by sharing information and safeguarding techniques.
Richard J. Colangelo, Jr.
State's Attorney for the Stamford-Norwalk Judicial District, State of Connecticut

Richard J. Colangelo, Jr.

State's Attorney for the Stamford-Norwalk Judicial District, State of Connecticut

Rich joined the Division of Criminal Justice in 1993, rising to State's Attorney in 2015. Rich formed the Technical Investigations Unit of Southwest Connecticut, which pools resources to examine computers and mobile devices. Throughout his career he has specialized in cases of child exploitation and abuse, including exploitation cases involving the internet. Rich is the Chairman of the State Board of Examiners for Psychologists, Chairman of the Easton Police Commission, President of the Human Services Counsel Board of Directors in Norwalk, a member of the Boys and Girls Club of Redding-Easton Board of Directors, and a member of the Eyewitness Identification Task Force. He has taught in the Criminal Justice program at Norwalk Community College since 1995, at the National Computer Forensics Institute since 2011, and at the University of New Haven since 2013.

Contact us to learn more:

Sharyn Kessler, ALMI, ACS

Professional Development Advisor

LOMA

(770) 818-1129

skessler@loma.org